On Hold: Relationships in the Age of Mobile Phone Distraction

@inproceedings{Bourget2018OnHR,
  title={On Hold: Relationships in the Age of Mobile Phone Distraction},
  author={Isabel M. Bourget},
  year={2018}
}
Interpersonal communication has been transformed by the more than 70 percent of adults who own smartphones (Greenwood, Perrin & Duggan, 2016) and other forms of portable technology. It is now more convenient than ever to stay in touch, find lost friends, and access constantly updated information online, but research has linked mobile phone use to decreased relationship and interaction quality. For example, McDaniel and Coyne (2016) found that self-reported technology use among married couples… CONTINUE READING

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